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Deadliest Catch Narrator Mike Rowe Was Completely Freaked Out By His First On-Board Experience

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While keeping mum about the specific crew he joined, Mike Rowe noted in an interview for GamerLive.TV that his first onboard experience had him working alongside everyone with the gigantic crab pots. The constant onset of humongous waves made an already tricky task dangerous. And the situation quickly informed Rowe of the brutal working conditions for the crew. If he was hoping for any comforting words from the captain, it would have been better if Rowe sought that encouragement elsewhere. Instead, he said in the interview that the captain’s words only made him extremely more careful of his time at sea.

As Rowe recalled in the interview, “He said, ‘Son, I’m the captain of a crab boat. My job’s not to get you home alive. My job is to get you home rich. You want to go home in one piece? That’s on you.'”

It turns out that in commercial crab fishing, everyone pulls their weight when it comes to personal safety, even in the most treacherous waters. No doubt Rowe would have had to constantly put himself on high alert if his potential “Deadliest Catch” hosting gig hadn’t transformed into narrating. He later added in the same interview that test footage for what would eventually become “Deadliest Catch” ultimately revealed that he was better suited for recounting the show’s high sea adventures from the confines of a studio instead of hosting at sea. He’s not exactly devastated about the change. Rowe once humorously mentioned on a Facebook post that he’s grateful to skip out on joining the captains and crews in the Bering Straight.

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